In the sequel to the popular film Boss the Plane, the two heroes must battle the evil boss in order to save the planet. This is a great movie that is sure to be enjoyable for all ages. The movie is produced by the same team that brought you the previous film and features a wide variety of interesting characters.
When viewers tuned in to the ABC television program Fantasy Island, they were instantly introduced to the mysterious Mr. Roarke, the head of the island and the man who gave guests the “fantasies” they so badly wanted. He was played by Ricardo Montalban, an actor who had a long and varied career in show business.
Although he was not a native of the United States, Montalban is credited as being the first Latino actor to be cast as a leading man in Hollywood. He is also remembered for his role as Khan Noonien Singh in the original Star Trek series. As well, he is credited with playing the Babylonian, a character in the Spy Kids franchise.
In the ABC television show Fantasy Island, Ricardo Montalban starred as Mr. Roarke, the head of a mysterious, private island. While on the island, he encountered a variety of unusual guests, including Sonny Bono, Brit Ekland and Lana Turner. But as he grew closer to the guests, he became increasingly frustrated with their behavior.
When you hear the name Herve Villechaize, you probably think of the French actor who played a dwarves on the first series of “Fantasy Island”. Well, it turns out he did not have the most impressive death, but he did have one of the most impressive lives.
Born in Paris, Villechaize studied art and moved to New York to pursue a career in acting. He eventually found success in Broadway and made his film debut in the Spanish-language movie “The Guitar”. After the show, he made a brief appearance on the soap opera “Bond” and later had a recurring role on “Love Boat.” He was also a mime in several New York City Opera Productions shows.
But for all his popularity, Villechaize had a darker side. In 1982, he was accused of shooting a pistol at his second wife. A lawsuit was filed against him, but was settled out of court. Although he was acquitted, he was given a fine of $425 and a year of informal probation.
The creators of Boss the Plane have been busy at work for a while now. There have been many notable characters and plot threads splattered across its pages. From the bad guys to the good guys, the good news is that the show is a lot of fun to watch. The bad news is that the good times may be a bit bleak. For those looking for an escape, this is the show to see. If you are lucky enough to catch a screening, you will be rewarded with a full-service meal, a nice drink and a pleasant night. Of course, there is no guarantee that you will actually leave the theater.